Im not good in repairing computer but ihave little bit of knowledge in comp?in my case im in other coutry so its hard to find where ican bring it to repair.so i try search for some solution.can u help me?when i start up my comp for formating it will promp an error on laoding operating system.what would be the prob of that is it OS or my mother board?
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First try to use your operating system disk to repair the problem using operating system repair option.
If this does not work and you expirence the same problems you could try restoring your Operating System but first back up any files you would like to keep.
At any rate back up your files now! In case your hard drive is failing.
To do this get an external enclosure for your drive and load it up on another windows based PC then back up your files. If you have no important data then try a clean install of your windows version. it may take several drivers and updates not to mention hours but it will be done.
If it is your hard drive failing you should receive a message indicating this otherwise it could just be corrupt system files or improper installation or deletion of materials that are required for the OS to function.
If it is not this it could be something like your main board video chipset possibly overheating in which case you can try and have it repaired or buy a used working motherboard for your laptop and replace it with some patience and some hours and a little bit of cash you could have it back in working order.
This is the system error and it comes when the user doesnot shut the comp in proper way.//
it can also come if due to some reason the comp is shut automatically//
to get rid of it try last known good configuration.
shut down the comp// restart and immed start hitting f 8 cont to get the advance boot menu//
select LKGC and once that is done hopefully your computer will boot perfectly//
Im guesing this like a Jump drive and it is the same as mine what you need todo is plug it in to the comp and wait for the system to recognize it , Goto the computer folder and see if it register the drag an drop what you desire on the disk to be transported>(Presto you got it) Good luck its truely simple .
Remember your comp works for you.
hey if you are not advance user then I would not suggest you switch over to 64 bit operating system...however if you wish to switch over then in this case u can do dual booting depending on the harddrive partitions as you have dell so in this case dell have only 1 partition so you have to format the harddrive and then you have to start from scratch other wise it might give you conflicts
if im correct, you havent installed a floppy drive yet...
while the comp is booting press esc (on some comps its F10 it should say on the screen) and access the boot sequence..in there there is a list of boot items...they always list floppy drive as the first boot drive in case you need to recover your comp...remove floppy drive from your boot list making sure that your hardrive (C) is first drive to boot.
After you get your comp set up, you may want to change that sequence in case you ever have problems with your HDD
This error can show up during installation of the operating system either via the hard drive (the restore feature is located on the hard drive and shows up as a drive letter under My Computer) which indicates that you have bad memory,
You are installing from a DVD or CD, in which case it could be either bad memory or a bad disk.
check the hard drive.western digital hard drives work good in this computer. ihave two of them.also windows xp home works good on this.or run the system recovery cd.lastly' re do the
Worst case for a software error, clean install of Windows to resolve.
Or the hard drive is having a hardware failure and it is effecting the boot sector of the HDD. If it is a HW failure, you may be able to run diags to see if a fault is found. If the drive is bad, it will need to be replaced